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4 juniors win top national awards as up-and-coming scientists
Four remarkable ASU juniors who already are doing sophisticated research and presenting their work to national audiences have won Goldwater Scholarships, the nation’s premier awards for undergraduates studying science, math and engineering.

Factory is where our computers eat up most energy
Home and office energy conservation must focus on more than developing computers, appliances and other electronics that require less power to operate. Engineering say there are big energy-efficiency gains to be achieved even before those products get plugged in.

Technology transfer: From the lab to the marketplace
Path to commercialization of new medical devices developed by ASU engineers shows university’s ability to provide technological advances that boost the economy.

‘Quality of life’ goal drives transportation engineering student
Outstanding performance in class and lab earns him top national fellowship award.

Flexible plastic screens edge closer to commercialization as Army, tech manufacturers collaborate with ASU
A plastic screen that rolls up and doesn’t crack when you drop it may sound like science fiction, but the Flexible Display Center at Arizona State University is investing millions to liberate electronic devices from the constraints of rigid glass.

Intel Corp. facility opens opportunities for students
ASU engineering students may have the opportunity to work with unique advanced technology after Intel Corp. opens a new facility in the Valley.

Former illegal immigrant follows path to military service
Oscar Vasquez graduated from Arizona State University with an engineering degree and had long talked of joining the military.

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